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J tI I t 1 d J 40J I 1 1Ii 4 Al i t3 tri3 UH 1fNTUCKY r IRISH AMuRiCANvoiT- TIftINo f 4 j 11 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 6 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS LLPUT OFF 11I x u AK f iid fl1Isappointgd Ov rJIFallureRte0 i V J t Present Measure For Irish flomoRue Government Does Not Move and Parliament Adjourns Yt7wJjh1 AatL 2f U 1 Hitf n lil i II Rosobory Tell Liberal They j Are Risking Trouble With Irish AllltH q Al IA 1 flIllIUSTi Throulshoul tVei wprfd thife 1Is much disappointment over the po- stpem9rthe fight for LrL41 home rule In the British Parliament This Ts lliTa Bieafeure explained by the Chi cago TrllJune oorrespjndeijJijwhb says thnparllaijientafy drama at Westminster generally is In three acts the first finishing at Easter the second at Whitsuntide and the third with prorogation The first act Is completed and noble Lords and faithful Commons have d pared to their country houses or constituen ciesl or to health resorts for the Eas terhitervals So far the performance at St Stephens has been dull rind barren It was expected that there would have been much blood and 4 thunder ln regard to the threats against the House of Lords before the Easter recess and that the measure for home ruletfpr Irelandwould have been proposed by the Prime MJnister Lord Rosebery has Just predicted thainotwithstanding the promises of the Premier and the Irish Chief Sec retary to grant self government to Ireland whilch practically means nit independent Parlllment the bill to be introduced will not be an extreme or violent one and he uttered a wor- drdvarnti1gththeUovernn1entr Many followers bf the Government have gone away pleased that the homo rflle bill hasnt been Introduced yet and hoping that it never will be but the home rule section of the Cabinet Have no choice They will be com polled by their Irish followers to produce the bill They may postpone Its Introduction but it must come i Stratagem and secrecy are no longer at avail They must come out Into the openiandflght the light of day Ii Unionists In Ireland do not intend to wait Vf or thel Introduction of the i bill before starting a vigorOus cam paign against It During the Easter recess hundreds of meetings are be big held in Ulster and other parts of Ireland for the purpose of demonstrating that artisans and capitalists peer and peasant tenant and land lord Liberal and Conservative and the masses and the classes will stand Bidchby side and shoulder to shoulder in their determination not to have home rule It was so when Glad stones bill was introduced and his tory is about to repeat Itself On oc casions like this united Ireland be comes a visible and living fact Of the two Irelands one at least Is solid and welded Into unity The other seems ambitious to demonstrate its V fiislpaiousj tendency The prop ertied classesl are otj course against atiymeasure of hotne rule and whatever they say in opposition Is discounted as that of moneyed world lings whom the Impending change has struck with dismay The Unionist members of Parliament who are going to take part in the Easter campaign will be asked to move resolutions setting forth that the national interests of the Irish people are identical with those of a England And Scotland and that no othejri irieasurerof self government is desirable for Ireland than for Qther portions of the united kingdom Home rule as presented In the bills of 1886 and 1892 was the sole crea tion of Gladstones mind and it Is at least uncertain whether those who have succeeded him and who boast that they are still under his Insplra tt n regard lO child ofbls old age wJth lUle absorbing affection of its grand old parents and are willing to make equal sacrifices In Its behalf TKey are not responsible for its Introduction to the world of politics andrmost of them admitted it Into the t latest Liberal programme with un concealed reluctance No single English or Scottish member supported the home rule In his election address at the beginning of last year In deed many of them emphatically repudiated all sympathy with the idea Still it has been adopted by the Lib oral party and the favorite syllogism of the extreme radicals is that no reform has ever been adopted by the Liberal party which hasnt utUmate ly been carried Home rule has been adopted by the Liberal party they argute thereforef the success of Home rule Is only a question of time If t1etels a great split In the party 1n the near future It will be because at there are so many moderate members of It who consider that home rule has beenfbfcedlntOLlberars pr gr mme and notdoplf Jby them A grow ing conviction has gradually asserted A Itself with almost universal concur rence sb that when the leaders have d declared themselves they have seeded only to Tbfe glvlng exprewlon ft i general and spontaneous senti ment I- I1I i l AlOJ1S 4QR4tS The autoirraiA eblleetldn fbrmed by iSon 3obnD Crln lIns of New York We fte most int rertiHf amdwiliial IB tM coun I bleVw gotten together try including historical and literary JfI letters and documents will be sold at auction next Monday There will be six parts to the sale First general American autographs second signers of the Declaration or Independence third pgrernprs jf New York j fpurthMaypfs tpf Nei1 Yoffi fifth1 prominent New Y drkers sixth European and mtscellaneoii autographsThroughout the catalogue the eX presslons of Irish birth and ot Irish extraction are used with reference to distinguished Americans but quite as man American notables f Irish blood whose aujograph are Itn- thecoUecllon are nolsD characterized J IJST CECILIAS BAZARI Attracted OIA Crowds an4Wll 1 ConflnueTwoMore 1 1tj I I t iIttJ- The St Cecilia church bazar which has been In progress this week in the school hall has Increased in popu lajlyeaclj night iand Wej Fathers Bradynfll the Building Association We tobel cgngrnlulatedl t upon Its suc cess The boll Is tastefully decorated aml Tit the fiveliandsome booihsTthe young lady attendantsiJave been kpt b 8YQlilng on9 the throngs that crowded about them Mackin Coun cil night was n record breaker but the Hibernians and Knights of Columbus did equally as well last night All who have thus far attended have greatly enjoyed the bazar and for the benefitI Otia large nurIlber1wlLo were unable tpbe present this week it has been decided to continue twc nights longer taking in Monday and Tuesday Tonight the gold watch contest In which there Is much interestrwlll be decided at 10 oclock when the name of the winner will be an nounced There are several popular yotihg ladles in this contest and the finish promises jto l e close and ex citing TJrtonday wllUbe childrens lay and special features will be arrangedI for their amuement iTomorrow afternoon and evening the ladies of the Altar Society will serve dinner and supper and have made ample preparation for 4i bounti ful feast for the entire population of the West EnH Tuesday night the bazar will close In a blaze of glory and Wednesday night the drawlngn will take place the names of the win ners in the combination to be an nounced Immediately after If any there are who would spend an enjoy able evening and help a most com mencble enterprise they can do 11- 1letteithian visit St qecllJo j bazar ivIiereTHlie clergy andpeopltywllMretil I ihem In a royal manner v It HIS PEACEFUL END c 1 Thomas C Cunningham Had Attained IfatrlarchalI Afie Thpmas C Cunningham the aged father of Messrs Joseph and Darby junninghaihnnd knowntomany ofthe older residents of Louisville died Inst week at Aberdeen Miss where he had lived for niany years Uls fa icral took place there and was attended by the Mayor public officials and nearly all the prominent men of the city Speaking of his death the berdech Examiner pays the deceased the following very worthy tribute Our good old frlenu Mr Thomas C Cunningham the neatest prlmest most courteous man who walked our streets a native of the Emerald Isle for many years a respected and blameless citizen who had attained the ago of about eightyfive years and survived several dangerous at tacks of illness that would have been fatal to most people was found on Sunday morning sitting erect in his chair lifelike in posture and feature but the soul that erstwhile animated the courtly old Irish gentleman lied passed out into the night without laving wrestled with or disturbed the casket so long Us habitat It was n beautiful endingl of a blameless inde ptiiderit arid useful life He w4sforI very many years a widower with children in Louisville who could not persuade the old nina to depart from the ranks of the worlds breadwinner iiiit accept ease arid comfort at ftheir ifresrJ sJMORE SHAME FOR FRANCE Another complication has arisen regarding the law separation between Church a cStatc mFrance and this haslbeen caused by lbebum lila cure de Las Llqsintl edlstrlct of Ceres lQ thedeprived of his residence toy the new law The municipal council offered to rent hint the residence at Qo year but the poor cqre whose parish numbers only eighty was unable to accept Therefore he decided to sleep In the sacristy of the chur9h which according to the declarations of M ClemenceaH would not be closed under any cIrcumstances He took his furnituroJhW4 Jitt aoklng uteri alls andwhoif sindislodgethe prItitiRl tEl ti 1prefcet who i L1bmUt tite mat tel t JwWoi l8tfY TIS i much mceaucuviUeds i J I t r I i LIjiIr tflJJ fTI 1bArihk Ds otkiedtate- wtlImeet In Washh43flext i Thursday hoMing their seeekms at the Catbolte UBlveraUyj Thebihss will relate to church matters only I ou I iii- ii ll- I z IIIL i I FEDERATION Adopts Resolutions Gondema lag Persecution bf Church la France Many Societies Represented Notwithstanding Change of Bleating Night Work of the Federation Growing and Being More Fully Appreciated DELEGATES URGED TO BE REGUL1 The fact that the monthly meet- Ing of the Federation of Catholic Societies had been deferred irom the regular night owing to the railroad strike then in progress detracted from the attendance but the rooms In the Catholic Womans Club where the meetings are held were well filled with delegates representing a large number of societies when President Newton O Rogers took the chair Owing to the changed date and previous engagements the address to have been delivered by William M HiggIns editor of the Kentucky IrishAmerican was postponed until the Aprlimeeting The committee appointed to draft resolutions on the French question and the persecution of the Catholic church submitted a report which was discussed at considerable length and then adopted by a unanimous vote The report reads as follows Whereas The socalled French Republic has endeavored by the arbi trary use of an ephemeral power to crush the rights of the citizens of France to worship God according to their consciences and has In a most outrageous and contemtible manner repudiated the solemn contract of the concordat and has by Intentionally deceptive and evasive laws planned for the confiscation of church prop erty be it- Resolved That we most Indignantly protest against the actions of the French Government as unjust and base that we applaud the stand taken by the French bishops and clergy to sacrifice everything rather than to submit to the slightest In fringement upon their rights as Cath olic citizens of France That we are elated and profoundly grateful to them for the admirable example they are giving to the Christian world by their fight for the freedom of worship to which they are entitled and that we extend to our Holy Father Plus X our filial devotion In his firm at titude In protecting the children committed to his care and we tender to him and our brethren In France our sincere sympathy and hearty sup portAntony J Sheridan Chairman of the Library Committee offered some general suggestions upon the tbatIRogers reported that the Knights of Columbus had purchased as a gift for the Public Library a set of the new Catholic Encyclopedia which news was received with a great deal of enthusiasm as it had not been heretofore made known that Catholic standard literature was very much needed in our Public Library- It was announced that Rev Charles P Raffo would be present at the next Federation meeting and ad dress tho delegates upon some live topic and also that Mackin Council was under engagement to entertain the delegates that evening which will be the second Thursday in April The Mackin Council delegates present promised that no effort would be spared In providing a first class entertainment for that occasion Under the present administration It is apparent that the Federation work is growing and is being more fully appreciated The members be lieve that there is a demand for It and for Its labors and have therefore determined that they will one and all be equal to the occasion at all times It Is hoped all the delegates will be present next Thusrday night and be regular In attendance at meet ings hereafter President Rogers and the Executive Committee promise all the delegates in advance that they will do everything In their power to provide something that is of interest Instructive and entertaining for each meeting of the Catholic Federation ADVISED TO BE PATIENT rope Plus X Says Later Con sfstory Will Satisfy Americans A dispatch from Rome says tho disappointment ofa large number bf Americans over the fact that there l pre16t8at the consistory of April 15 has been brought fto the attention of the Pope who said Let them have patience they will be satisfied later Tile num her of red hats is limited while the candidates are many IB addition the Pontiff Mid he ap predated tke situation 1 la the United States asd ihe progress that Cathol telsBi has made there and Mutt he soon would give these circumstances Me 90Mtdertipa cI It has been frequently stated thai a wond consistory would be held hull J u year when pne and perhaps two of the American hierarchy would be elevated to the Cardlnalate J HEARTY WELCOME Poe All at Hibernian Auxlll ary ftecepflonWednesday A brilliant gathering thronged Robinson Hall Seventeenth and MaIn l reception1 of the Hibernian1 Ladles Auxiliar given in honor of Miss Ada Conklin State Secretary and their friends ilu the Louisville divisions It was es sentlally a ladles affair and between the members andl their friends and their numerous guest altogether made up one of themost select enjoy able and brilliant social gatherings held this winter The Literary Committee deserve tile greatest credit for their patrlotio splrlt In working- so hard and appearing so creditably and with such ni lnttiltice pride ned glory In tluko1nnlzaUon Miss Mary Sheridan1 President t the auxiliary opened the meeting and seated with hlrwere Miss Mary Corcoran State President Mss Ada Conklin State Secretary of Coving ton find Miss EllafOConnell County President The chojr was then turned over to Miss 0 Connell who presided over the social session with an ease and grace that werk charming When Miss Conklin was introduced she re ceived most hearty applause which was repeated at intervals during her address Misses Sheridan and OCon nell spoke for the auxiliary and the splendid record made during the short time of Its existence An IIn teresting and artistic musical pro included vo grammefollowedfl11Ch Miss Julia Miss ne Barrett Miss Prof Schmitt and tlr Wolf rendered pleasing solos on the pianoandreclta tions by Messrs Mlfehacl McGulre and Edward Illlger Foliiwii the cxcel lent programme exState President Thomas Keenan Jbhn llesslon Jos bph ynch Thomas Henley and Will- Iam M higgins weije called upon und responded by congratulating the aux illnry upon its enterprise and splen did progress All present were next in anil el toI ereaih1Ightf11luncheon Ity of the ladles was unsurpassed and this recepiiptuwHl leave inanj1 pleasant memories j RECENT DEATHS Francis McMahoh a veteran tailor and well known resident of this city died at the residence of William Mehl 340 AVery avenue where he had been making his home for some time Ills funeral took place from St Louis Bee trands on Tuesday morning and was largely attended Deceased left many bequests several of them to charity The funeral of Miss Catherine E Gaffney was held Thursday morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacra ment of which she had been an exemplary member She resided at 1028 East Main street and was lucId in high esteem by the many who knew her She had been In ill health for some time but grief over the death of her father last week is thought tI have hastened the end Parlck OConnell an old and respected resident of the West End passed peacefully away Wednesday night nt the family residence 1010 Tyler avenue after a brief illness caused by advanced age Before com ing to Louisville he resided In Brook lyn where he had many relatives and friends Mr OConnell is survived by several children all grown The funeral takes place this morning from St Patricks The funeral of Joseph JI McCann took place Saturay morning from St James church of which he was a practicalmember and one of the leal1 Ing soloists After the mass of re qulem Rev Father Willett spoke many words of consolation to the bereaved family and paW a feeling tribute to the deceased Mr McCann was a devout Christian an Ideal husband and an obedient sou and his death caused feelings of most profound sorrow Surviving him are his wife and three children his aged father and mother and two brothers and four sisters MAKE THEIR VOWS To morrow afternoon at 331 oclock an Impressive ceremony will take place at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road the no itlate of the Passlonlst fathers Two young men Joseph OLeary of Cincinnati and William Bowman of St Louis have completed their no vitiate and will take their vows which will enable them to enter the order and take up Its manifold du ties The ceremonies will be at tended by relatives pf the young men who have given their lives to Gods work and many from this city EAST END EUCHRE A committee of ladles of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament parish are arranging for an afternoon and evening euchre to be given at the school hall on Tuesday April 10 Many handsome prizes will be awarded the fortunate contestant and refreshmentsWill be served This Is the first social affair of this kind gives In that parish for some time and Rev Father OSulllvaa is far tunate in having aueh able assist ants for hit parish workII II 0 c rI CIVIC PRIDE Receives Hard Jolt at Hands ofa Prominent Hardware Psmpay v i 12 lJ eJo- uffcr Eoe Greater Louts vllle Exposition Closed Establishment and Docked Men For Short Time Lost PlTimLOPISSIfEDTfllRTTCEIT 4 Civic pride received a tremendous jolt at the hand of a prominent hardware company of this city last Saturday when they docked several lien havIngletthe Greater Louisville Exposition Instead of working till 545 oclock as iIs the custom the men were told by the philanthropic old gentleman Who is a pillar of the church as wcl as a prominent business man that they would be allowed to take the balance bf the day to see the show Some of the unsophisticated thought that this was just awfully nice in the old gentleman and thanked him effusively Others who had heard rumors of his having docked the pallbearers at his fathers funeral and holding out a part of the salary of a young man at whose home he was a guest some winters ngu thought they scented something lu this outburst of generosity Howeve as they had been offered a holldaj It was not good form to ask whether or not they would be made to sufier for it- But suffer they did When pay day came around the philanthropy of the good man was as clear as any Their envelopes were shy thirty cents each just the amount they earned for tvo hours work They counted their change over several times to make sure that they were not suffering from an optical illusion for it was awfully hard to believe that the kind Chrlstlansouled old man would do a trick like that after having volun tarily offered them a part holiday To moke sure that they were not doing him an injustice in suspecting such measly treatment they made many Inquiries among their fellow workmen Each person who had taken I advantage of the partial holiday extended in honor of Everybodys j day at the Greater Louisville Exposition said that his or her envelope hud I been shaved thirty cents Most of the persons who were af fected by the generosity of the firm to the extent of losing a part of their weeks wages were draymen and I freight handlers They work hard I TheyIrespite of less than two hours last Saturday if it had not brought with it such n shocking revelation of the true character of their employers Some of the men who have not been In the firms employ very long were In favor of throwing up their positions when they came to realize II what their enforced holiday really meant Older employee who have had some insight into tho methods of the hardware dealers told them that such things were accepted as a mat ter of course around the establish ment and while they were not calcu hated to engender the best of feeling still it was better to submit than to throw up their jobs The excuse for the socalled holiday was in response toa request from Mayor Barth that all wholesale places allow their employes a portion of Saturday afternoon In order that they might see tho exposition While appearing to enter heartily into Ihe spirit of the affair and professing thankfulness at such an opportunity for the display of civic pride the good hardware dealers took occasion to sting their employes for the less than two hours offered them In the name of patriotic citizenship ANOTHER REUNION Catholic Knights and Ladles Will Hofl Supreme President The Catholic Knights and Ladles ol America who nave numerous branches of their order in Louisville are making many preparations for the coming visit of Supreme Presidentt Dennis Kelley o Memphis which Avlll ocur about the middle of Mar Thomas Keenan recently appointed District Inspector for Kentucky has called a meeting representatives of the branches for next Wednesday night when further steps will be taken looking toward a grand re union of all the members in Louis yule New Albany and iTeffer mvllle It is said to be the intention to ae cure either Macauleys or the new Mary Andereoa Theater for the even t President Kelley is now servingghb second term haying been fIrst eleqteil at the convention held in tbk city Under his administration there has ben a steedyan4 growing iluaas in the membership of the Cathelti I Knights and Ladles many branches having been organized beII cities and towns where nQn had fore existed and everywhere the branches have acquired greater strength President Kelley has proven an energetic but conservative cxecu tire and nowhere are his efforts appreciated more than in Louisville SupremeTreasurerone of the largest branches in the United States St Patricks which hoi a membership of about 500 The fur ther details will appear in these columns MACKIN COUNCIL Makes Generous Appropria tion For St Cecilias Church Bazar Mackin Council Y M I can al ways be depended upon to do the right thing at the right time Tues day night at a fairly attended meet Ing It was voted that the members turn out Thursday night In a body and visit the bazar now in progress for the benefit of St Cecilias church building fund The Executive Committee haying designated Thusday evening as Mackin night the council decided by unanimous vote to appropriate 50 for Its success This sum will be placed In the hands of President Ben Sands and wilt be dis- trIbuted at the various booths The Visiting Committee reports showed six members still on the sick list but all were Improving The quarterly reports of the omcers were greeted with hearty applause as they showed a net financial gain of about 200 after the payment of 235 for sick benefits alone and other expenses aggregating 800 These re ports were turned over to the Ex ecutive Committee who will meet at the club house tomorrow after noon at 2 oclock Thomas D Clines announced the engagement of the new Mary Anderson Theater for two nights for the operaInmade surprising progress thus far and in order that the young people may have more Trequent rehearsals gymnasium work has been discon AprilLouis re expressIng ready for the next meeting The editor of theKentucky Irlish American was invited to address the coun Tuesday TWO GOOD MEN Martin J Ciislck and Joseph Piazza Elected School Trustees The vacancies caused in the School Board by the recent decision of the Court of Appeals and the death of Dr E L Carpenter were filled at the session of the Trustees on Monday night by the election of Martin J Cusick and Joseph Piazza While the other aspirants for the honors were capable and experienced men there was at no time any possible chance for them to defeat either Messrs Cusick or Pizza who received a de cided majority of the votes cast Dr George F1 Simpson and Dr Clarence Pope were candidates for the seat re tamed by Trustee Cusick and as both have had considerable politicalexper ience they accepted their defeat with philosophical grace The two new Trustees have lived in this city air their lives Since at taming their majority they never faltered when it came to doing their share for the upbuilding of Louisville and there need be no fear but that their administration will be a creditable one The interests of tire education of the youth of the city are safe in their keeping HAl BEEN ILL A dispatch from Dublin printed last Saturday In New York to the ef fect that Richard Croker was near death at his home at Glcncalrn Ireland after taking a chill while tour ing through France in an automobile alarmed the exchieftains friends in the metropolis Andrew J Freedman cabled to Mr Crokers home asking about the truth of the statements contained in the dispatch and received an answer from Mr Croker himself It said that he had been slightly Ill but his condition had Im proved and was not in the least alarming DESERVED RECOGNITION Edward lorn key one of the bright est young Democrats in Louisville and for several years a potent factor In Democratic political circles this week received the appointment of private secretary to Congressman Swagar Sherley When Congressman Sherley made his race Mr Mackoy was one of his strongest supporters and his legion of friends will approve the recognition accorded him The new secretary is studying law in this city and during te sessions of Congress lie will pursue his studies In one of the big Washington universities CHANGE OF LOCATION Harry S Furlong the wellknown plumber has removed his place of buslneea from 420 FJftti street to 1020 Garden street where tie will have larger space for his work shop In the ean fUturel Mr Furlong will also have adowa tawn office in one of the B8W FeHrthayeHue buildingsI now being erected fi BUSY LIFE Led by South African Monks Now Being Visited by Abbot Obrechti Historic Monastery in Blarlaa bUd Founded In Eleventh Century Institution Hive of Industry and Does Great Work Among Kafflra t LOIG AID BESPQJSIBLB 1I3SIOI 1to ObreclltAbbQtI theMessrsJoseph Herr mann from Jerusalem upon the eye of his departure for South Africa saying his health was good and that thus far his long journey had been AbbotObreejitsome ago first visiting the Holy Father in Rome proceeding thence to Jerusalem headquarters rica where lie now Is There arc twentyseven Trappist monasteries In South Africa all under tire administration of the Kentucky Abbot who will visit each before his return to Gethsemane The charge is an ex tensive and responsible one and shows the confidence reposed in the ability of Father Obrecht In a re cent issue of Leslies Weekly an American lady who hind visited South Af interestingdescription tions that came under her observa tionEvents like pictures can not be properly valued when one is too near but require distance of time or space to get tire complete effect There 1Is one faroff South Africa day linger ing in my memory a picture of such peacefulness that the mere remem brance is as refreshing as a cool breeze on a warm day That was the day of my visit to the Trappist mon astery In Marlanhill It was li Natal in spring time which comes up m Npvemben Jla those Jatit des Kiwi monastery is a cluster of brick build- Ings surrounded by gardens and from every point there are lovely views of open veldt and rolling upland The monks are of all nationali ties but in this monastery Germans predominate Founded in 1140 by SollgolaTrappcde la Malson DIeu de la Trnppe was the earliest home of the monks but during the troubled years when France and England struggled for supremancy in France the abbey suf puJaged dispersedThree years passed and then a reformer appeared in tire per son of Arniand Jean Boutlllier de brltlIontly when quite young had inherited the snonasteriescontent with reviving the old ho observanceslengthened distinguishingfeature which rule the abbot and guestmas Fromthatgrown thetroublousthe monasteries during the revolution in France La Trappe remains to althoughmanybeenfoundedcountry In the nlted States where there are two monasteries of the order in Nova Scotia and in coun tries still more distant The monastery is a perfect hive of workshopsalready othersa tannery where one can see the whole process from the drying completeharnessworkshop and the building where patient hands weave coarse and fine cloths some for sale but mostly for use in the monastery precincts I remember so well noticing in one of the workshops that anomaly in na ture a white Kaffir and althpugh I had heard of them this was the only one I saw at all in Africa Not white by racial intermixture but a pure Albino was he a tall muscular looking man with his skin an unpleas ant pink and his woolly head tow colored Scorned and ridiculed by the rest of his tribe the poor man had found a refuge with the Trap plate where he was protected from the jeers and gibes of lila fellows and found solace in the most strenuous work His one Idea seemed to be to escape notice and one could l1avebeenthe charity of the monks About a milS away over the fields is another group of buildings the affiliated monastery of Trappistine nuni under the same rule and ob seryance but much smaller in num bersDr Bridgeman the Plnetown district government Ulg aoH tells BHinystorlee ofthe good work among the saMv women by the nuns of tie Trappiitfae monastery c 0 c F 7J 1 1iTaTOIrIRIISH A1 RIOAN t N KENTUCKY IKiflE116fift7iI i y Devoted to the Moral and Sociatl AAvaticeMct of all aVAmerjcaMa KENTUCKY IRISH AMEniCANTpRlNTIn c CO IncoretmuWaG a SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c + Entered mt the LeufovUU Postottlc a Seco dClas flatter Address illI CemmnnlciHoM to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreta St 6m- llJ 1 TflAOESI laeONNcoUUcIL i LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY APRIL 6 1907 NEED FOR UNITY At this time of hope and congratulation John Redmond the Irish lead says it is of the utmost imp rtance that Irishmen ehould stand togcthei In the ranks of the Irish Parliamentary party there is ample rootn for honest difference of opinion Unity and discipline of the party doc uniformity of not mean castIron thottght or opinion There fia ful1 freedom of discussion In fact tthe motto of the Irish party might wel1 be in esesntlals unity in nonessei tials charity Party dlsclplln meant simply thisthat inessentials when a decision had been come to after full and free discussion everyman no matter how great he mlgbt be must submit his judgment to that of the majority He spoke as one who had presided for seven yea1s over the Irish Parliamentary part when he said that they had had differences of opinion but he wished St to be published far and wide tbnt during the past seven years those differences of opinion had been thresh out in a spirit of mutual charity aDrl toleration and that there never W4S a private discussion in those ears at the meetings of the Irish Parliamentary party that could not be published tomorrow with the greats honor and credit to the Irish people and their cause BRITISH PEERAGE Any stranger coming to England at present would be justified in sup posing the Peers could not lalt through April writes an America correspondent Editorial writers are pouring forth columns of denunciation on the devoted and coroneted heads of the members of the upper house Platform orators thunder against them menacingly The sin of ommission and commission arc ruthlessly exposed They are declared with entire truth to be the greatest obstacles to legislative reforms in the land As the custodians of tremendous political power their like is found nowhere else in the civilized world Jfo other European UrthnrpesscsfeCji jt purely heredltar second chamber whose members are responsible to none but themselves No British colony would tolerate such a system Their continued existence in a living monument to their coun trymens hatred of logic to thel fondness for anachronism to their love of anomaly to their ingrain a and inveterate habit of putting up with things Yet the storm that now rages about them is but a gentle zephyr compared with that which swept over them before they yielded to the great reform act of 1832 Then mobs hunted Peers and Bishops through the streets amI threatened to storm the Kings palace The Duke of Wellington wai then their leader As a statesman Englands greatest soldier stood for all that was retrograde in politics He came perilously near getting the House of Lords smashed But the Peers more farseeing than he save themselves by Riving in in the nick of time With all their obstinacy follj and prejudice they have proved tim and again that they possess the pout cal instinct which tells them when they must either give way or yc underAnd it need not cause much surprise if they are again compelled to give way upon more than one of the quei Bone now pending in the House of Commons MIRACLE TO DILLON Speaking at a St Patiicks day dem onstration in Wolverhampton John Dillon M P said The Irish party had been assailed in front on flank and in the rear and it was a miracle to him that the ranks had been pre served Where would be the cause of Irish liberty today if the ranks had been broken in the fight It would have been a scattered band of units at the corrupting mercy of any Minister desirous of making use of them That party had however survived and he challenged deliberately the whole constitutional history of England or any other nation for such an instance of Unbroken ranks in the face of successive and different Ministries The young men of today were in favor of more violent and rapid methods but it Vasaigh proof of patriotism entailing a continuous fidelity t maintainl such a party as theirs iim the face of corrupt English life for twenty years It waq not OB this battlefield alone that the battles of nations were won Their task was riot the less glorious bt- ueauseItwaab r longiffdtUtyfopnin ciple aadl rUtaaee to tie wllw aitl bribes of iretlthy gbwamcats asd fate endmraxee el iiw n5Eeept that rj U1 uJ- Cu c u they wished to win the liberty of their people In the next two months a measure would be introduced int the House of Commons not a full measure of home rule but one to 83 soclate the people of Ireland with tbe control of that country and the ei tent to which thattinensure would be satisfactory to the people of Ireland would depend upon the people then selves Still there was the troubl which necessarily followed a Liberl Government for when a Liberal Government came into power there was generally a terrible block of reform measures each particular measure introduced by its own section They had the question of Ireland and tbe chance they had of getting a g001 place depended upon the power of the Irish party and the influence of thl3 Irish party depended upon the BUJ port and unity of the Irish people Charles J Bonaparte AttorneyGet eral of the United States James Wilson Secretary of the Department of Agriculture and Alton B Parker President of the American Bar Association accepted positions as Vice Presidents of the National Arbitration and Peace Congress which win meet In New York on April 14 In lhi letter of acceptance Mr Bonapari declared that he hoped the comlnjt congreees would advance among nil tons the great ends of harmony antI friendly relations Mr Parker cC congress would advance among nil movement for a permanent plan of arbitration and Secretary Wilson en dorsed the principles of the congress Twentysix years ago the tenants iof Ireland were absolute slaves Today the Irish people are rapidly becoming the owners of the soil and alread onethird almost of the whole fantl of Ireland has been transferred from the landlords to the tenants Whether the tenants are paying big prices for this land or not the great fact remains that in a few yearss time landlordism will hove absolutely disappeared from Ireland and every ten ant will scS1 which helUlsLtt Methodist minter wcro mad frantic when one of their leading members Rev Davis W Clark at n session held in Cincinnati on Mondaj confessed that the Methodist dogma may well be kept as curios an1 placed on the top shelf We may keep them as we do our Rule of Couduo for Preachers which we have not destroyed but which we simply preserve as a curio although we know iit cnn not be observed and enforced iiin this day and represents the ideas ot the past The defeat of Mayor Dunne i1 in Chicago was not unexpected and ii8 largely attributed to the stand he took on the municipal ownership question Not only the corporation but the Democratic Aldermen opposed him on that issue Mayo Dunne has a clean record and no fimlt could be found with him except upon the one question Three bills providing for frci bibles free text books and free Wagoi rides for pupils in the State schools are pending before the Illinois Legit lature The Rev Francis Casslly S 7 and other prominent educators have entered energetic protest against their passage When it is too late our Excise Board will discover that they have been granting too many saloon 11 enseb There arc altogether too many saloons in Louisville now and- It would be better for all interests if the number were decreased rather ban enlarged Hop Augustus E Willson it is said vill soon make formal announcement of his candidacy for the Governorship Lhls action will clear the Republican atmosphere and then the contest will be on in earnest President Roosevelt and E H Harman the railway king have fallen out and if they continue their con roversy there may be some surprls ng developments The lie has been ased and the end is not yet SALT LAKE The Great Salt Lake is gradually drying up declare old residents of altLaHe Seven years ago the lake tereceding rapidly and It was predicted that it would not be a great while before the llake wearao more Suddenly the water began to rise agaIn and now it IB up almost as high as before But persons who have Ived in the vicinity of the big lake for many years all agreethat the lake a drying up Not long ago a railroad c orapAny in making excavationsfOr tsi rgadd dug Utoa Mlldembank bent of MUwbiehdeubtleM iat08 tilie HB the btd of the lake wlt J R c 1i t o t LINES o mea iroiar aura I l i f1 tl though Mlme daysIft I have p sff many ere ii t1 AtOrldJriivessia ten wn ret it gogive me one fear Twill be a jewel in my crown 117iat care I for oartihly fame How I shrink from aril name1 would rather that my Would fJJJeJ e an e ones I prayer JIIV U- I I I Many hearts arc all to much Or too Jtttle in their praise- I would rather feel the touch Of one prayer that thrills ell days Father Kyan lCS I C96eJfrSf C n I SOCIETY Mrs RoyJfelghbors has had as her guest Miss Alice Munford of EHzt bethtown Bryon Hayden hoe returned fror Bardstown where he spcr t aster with his parents Mrs Minnie Bosche entertained heri euchre club Tuesday afternoon at her home in Portland rMfss Marguerite Moran of the Wcllt End spent Easter as the guest of Mrs T J McDonough in South Louis vllle Mrs KIrby Abrams of Campbell vllle is here on a visit to her mother Mrs Augusta Cuneo of Calvin Place Miss Louise Shelley has returned from Lexington where she spent Easter as the guest of Miss Curry Nugen Miss nna Laughlin who made many friends during her visit herc has returned to her home at M Sterling Miss Bessie Rapier who is attend inp school here spent the East r holiday vacation with her parents ut New Haven Mrs L Bullis arrived th1sweck from West Virginia for a short Visit to her mother Mrs Mary Dermodj South Louisville Miss Alice Crawley is home from the State College at Lexington for a weeks visit with her parents at 2600 West Main street Martin J Dugan who hns been i111 for the past three months is improv- Ing rapidly since returning to his home where he is now able to recelv his friends The many friends of Miss Roscll Dougherty of 1027 West Jefferson street who has been ill of malarial fever will be pleased to learnthnt she is now convalescent J J Riley the well known pump manufacturer residing ilt 2425 West Market street left Monday for a hN weeks stayat Hot Springs where he hopes to recuperate his health Miss Clara McDermott operator at tIle New Albany Telephone exchange has recovered from a severe 111nel8 that confined her to her home on West Fourth street for several week James F Sullivan and wife 707 Shelby street New Albany will entertain friends tomorrow in celebration of a pretty girl baby that the stork left at their home last week Mrs Anna Nevin Cunningham ar lived home the first of the week from Aberdeen Miss where she was callci Cunninghamband From reports received Thursda evening it is learned that Andrei past is making favorable progres toward recovery though it may b some time before he is able to be out again Will J Daly one of the best known young men in the West End Jeft Monday night for an extended bus TerritoryheresonNorton Dry Goods Company of this city MissKatherlne Connell of New Albany has been spending the week at uncle Ind where she went to attend the marriage of her cousin Mta Mary Hanly which was solemnized Tuesday The stork has left a fine young son at the home of Mr and Mrs Edward J McGrath 1337 Hull street and each evening this week there has been a constant stream of callers to tender congratulations Martin Drumleve who is with the Callahan Flour Company left this ure in Florida endlteforq returning pleasIllSouthern States The marriage of Henry Gerber of his city and Miss Florence Murphy siding at 620 East Elu street New Albany will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at Holy Trinity church next Tuesday morning D Oliver Patton who some time ago went to Arizona has been stationed at Globe where he holds a very responsible and remunerative posl ion He was first at Douglas but vas advanced and removed to Globe Miss Lillian Drucker for many year with Herman Straus ds Sons has accepted a position and will be hereafter found at the New York Store Vh ere she will be ever ready to welcome her friends and acquaintances Friends of Judgel Thomas IV Gordon regretted to learn of his illness Wednesday when he was unable to leave his hbme Special Judge Wai tfer 8 Lincoln is occupying his tflace oh the Common Pleas beneh during hIi absence y I Tie1 happle thWe iaLlmerlek Js I IiII r- I that of Nell Mullaney 1116 Sereath l1Yily iiid Iff greatly rTsemlitf HIs glMtller whoass bclg 1 e9ngratulatieds 1wetdIIU JaMeS Rihn at wherebeenJ1ybJeyear aml will make Louisville their future home Mr Rihn left here to accept a position as head machinist but resigned to return to his old home a11l1 friends Miss Ada Conklin of Covlngto State Secretary of the Hibernian La dies Auxiliary is the guest of Mis Mary lCor ornntbeState President The fair visitor will be1here next week when a number of reception nnd social gatherings will be held iin her honor r One hundred candidates were given the third degree by the two Syracus councils Wednesday night Archbishop Messmcr will be the guest of honor at the banquet that will follow the conferring of the fourth degree on a class of 106 candl dates at Milwaukee on April 14 1 He will respond to the toast The Amerl can Catholic The engagement of Mrs Henrletti Bauer and Mr John J Score Is announced the exact date of the marriage to be given later The bride 1Is a popular lady of the West End and resides at 252C Griffiths avenue while the groom is universally known In Catholic fraternal circles and iIs sexton of St Louis Bertrands church This announcement will come as a pleasant surprise to their nanY friends who unite in tendering then their best wishes SONS OF ERIN Continue to Leave the Old Land In Numbers For America A Parliamentary paper made publl In London on Wednesday shows that emigration depleted the population of Ireland last year by35918 persons being 82 per thousand of the entire population The United States continues to be the Irish Mecca havIng received last year 70 per cent o f the total emigration It is pointed out in this paper that since 1851more than 4110000 persons have emigrated from Ireland and that this number equals 03 per cent of the prescnt populationBut the land act which hay enabled many during the past year t secure small holdings and laborer cottages the exodus would have been still greater Unless there is a decided change In the government and Ireland is granted home rule the country seems destined to be depopulated entirely CATHOLIC SOCIETIES Are Doing Great Private as Well as Public HJt J Good t During the past year thousands tof dollars have been paid out by Catho lie fraternal orders to the widows cof deceased members In many instances the Catholic Citizen says truthfully such Insurance money received at a time when its need was greatest has saved a home from disruption The bereaved mother bas been enabled to retain her children from the charity of the orphan asylum or the State The fraternal order too saves the Catholic public from the burden of not a few orphans who would otherwise claim the She ter of the Catholic asylums In this way It is not only doing a great private good but also a great public good No man who pays his dues Into the fraternal order misses the money His insurance dues are Iir no Instance so heavy as to prevent Ills keeping an account in the saving bank or building for himself a modest home The feeling of fraternity engendered and the social life of the order alone are worth the insurance dues collected by any Catholic fraternity from the Individual member For these reasons all our Catholic fraternities deserve a good word They deserve cordial recognition by- the clergy and the Catholic press They deserve increase of membership It Is to be hoped that they will reach out for new members and that their number will swell Undoubtedly they bring a knowledge of the benefits of Insurance of thousands of people who otherwise would never think of taking a policy in an old line insurance company They educate in providence and economy And everywhere they cultivate a catholic community spirit CANT BEAT THIS That the Irish are law abiding and good citizens is forcibly illustrated bye reports of the local police Ie partment During the month of larch the total arrests made aggregated 664 and among this great number there was only one Irishman not rithstaridlng the fact that the sons of Erin form a goodly part of Louis llles population The next nearest tbe Irish were the Russians of whom six had been arrested In the month of February 200 less fell into the bands of the law and the only similarity in the two reports was that in that month also only one IrIshman had been arrested In each case the victim las charged with only Ii minor offense JOLLY YOUNG FOLKS I + The Ciceronian Club a social or anlzixtion ot a number of popular alldjo11y meenv will entertain their friends at one of the most select and enjoyable anteLenten receptions and dances of the season at Schrelber all TwentySixth and Bank on Friday night April 19 Mewrs George RBrachey Albert E Davis LSherl- ey Cunlff and Jerry J Drlscoll have lade all the arrangements which means a recherche affair and a jolly dod time for all who are sofortun ate as to be lavltedi 6r f i u 1 II UNIQUE METHOD i h- A M fHow VCIRaise Ckents WII I Church3tm f rvRev Luclen Clements one of the west zealous priests in this diocese pastor ofSt Lawrences church iIn Davicss county has adopted a very unique method by which he hopes to obtain i fnhds sufficlent fo makc needed repairs toile c1tirch at Si Lawrence Father Clements asks each adult member of his congregation to contribute one egg a day to the repair fund ot the church an parsonage The church is in an e elusively agricultural locality and tbe farms are generally poor Father Clements is a first cousin of the late Archbishop Montgomery of Callfor nia and the graves of the Arch bishops mother and three sisters Bre on the property that will be thus cared for The church is the oldes In Davless county having been cstal lished in 1808 JOHN FAIIEY DEAD John Fahey aged fifty for a long time engaged in railroad construction work but for sonic years past em ployed in the saloon business at Nlnt and Broadway died Tuesday nlgl1t after an illness of about a year le was well known and liked and bis many friend throughout the State will be pained to learn of his death Besides his wife he leaves two sonR who have received much sympathy 111 their bereavement The funeral was held from the Cathedral yesterda morning a long line of carriages following the remains to St Louis cemetery MOTHER DIOCESE The first synod of the diocese at Louisville which now comprises sixty counties in Kentucky was beld February 20 1812 and was attended by but eight priests When this synod was convoked Father Deppen says Bishop Flaget exercised jurisdiction over all the territory now Included In the dioceses of Cincinnati Detroit Chicago Columbus Indianapolis and Nashville several of which now outstrip the mother diocese- PARTICULAR COUNCIL The Particular Council of the I st Vincent de Paul Society will mcot Monday night In St Francis Hall iat the Cathedral As there was no meeting of this body last month Pres lent Campbell makes a personal fre- quest of all the members to be present as much business that must be Imposed of has accumulated The meeting will be called to order at 8i oclock WILL PREACH THE SERMON Archbishop Blenk of New Orleans will receive the pallium on Aprll 24 The honor of preaching at th ceremony has been conferred on Archbishop Glennon the distinguish metropolitan of St Louis Quiten number of priests of that city arc going down for the event among whom will be Very Rev M S Ryai C M President of Kendrlck Seminar GAVE AWAY TEDDY BEARS At the big euchre given Wednesda night at the Harlem Casino New York City for the benefit of Fathe MacArans new St Patricks chapl- at Highland Mills Orange county E H Harriman reviewed the grant march and presented every lady I1in line with a Teddy bear PLANS FROM ITALY Plans for Buffalos new Cathedral which will cost about half a mlllloi dollars have been received from architects in Italy Bishop Colton roposes the erection of one of the nest church edifices In the Eastern States the work on which will begin text year SEVERAL BOYS WANTED The Kentucky Irish America mows where several white boys can stain situations Three are wanted for hotel work for which they will receive 12 per month and board Thf formation will be given them at his office but only reliable boys need apply OLDEST IN STATE The oldest building in he State of Louisiana Is the archiepiscopal residence on Catre street New Orleans Tbe building was erected In 1727 and it remains exactly as it was when rst built DRINKING WATER That drinking much water lessens weight instead of increasing it caus- Ing one to grow thin instead of fat Is the surprising result of recent experiments by M Maurel a French Investigator HOUSEKEEPINO What right has a girl to marry and go into a house of her own unless she knows now to superintend every ranch of housekeeping And she can not properly superintend unless she has some practical knowledge herself Let all girls have a share In the housekeeplg a home before tbey marry let each superintend some department by turns It need nott occupy half the time to see that tbe house is properly swept dusted and put inf order to prepare puddings and make dishes than many young ladles spend in reading novels which enervate both mind and body and unlit them for everyday life Women do not as a general rule get pale faces doing housework Their sedentary ablts in overheated rooms combined with ill chosen food are to blame for bad health Let the present generation add to its list of real accomplishments the art of properly preparing food for the human body Tomorrow is only yeaterBay two days offId tI c 1 a oov e Wr ti MENIS WEARrM Y 0r L TIea- Desirable 1 Iptost j It Clothes c r fAre those that have the best style the most wear and 3- x the most satisfactory fit and appearance That ttcharacterizesjl our two great linesU X l yXkdd KEITH andd ROGERS PEET CO t r init id A f r i ainfurnishings j best newest most attractive 1 X 3- J s It CLOTHES HATS HABERDASHERY I 3 fXAv iir REQUISITES FOR CONFIRMATION J- v 4- v JOHNSONMORGAN COyjf l i INCORPORATED A 2 A f FOURTH AND JEFFERSON oox + xy + oeoeoooo FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and A see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street J AWARDED GRAND PRIZE GREATER LOUISVILLE EXPO- SITIONAHRENS CELEBRATED SHOE POLISHES NONE SUPERIOR MANUFACTURED BY THE AHRENS 1tIFG co19TH AND PORTLAND AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA 1 WHISKYI ItoI l I i I IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky- 1 == 2Ut2 tULEYSMonday and Tuesday eve and Tuesday matinee VIOLA ALLEN Friday and Saturday eve end Saturday matinee SOWING THE WI- NDHOPKINSHlOtt CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Week Beginning Sunday April 7 MAJESTIC MUSICAL FOUR Colllui Henry Terrill and Simon Lew Sully President of the Laugh Trust Rome and Ferguson in Their Latest Puce Chas ShEfrp the Nonsensical German Apollo uutetteComedlanaandSingeraInniskRyanVaudevitlea Foremost Club Manipulators K1NODROMR Chicago White SoxCubs Championship Game and other views- PRICESEvenlng 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE DAILY Week Commencing Sunday Matinee April 7 The Colonial Belles Brightened up from last season and introducing Charles Robinson Americas famous that SiatereldancingMarie Richmond and the fashion plate Rose Carlin singing comedienne LOUISVILLE OTELAIN ST Ii 7tr Strictly FirstClass Both Plans Grill Room and Ladies and Gen tlemens Cafe Special rates for permanent board balls and receptions WSS PARIS HOTEL CO Inc Owners and Proprietors Iellcau fa FO- lfiFurniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WMe MAYER 419 W MARKET STR- EETCUSCADENS ICE CREAM Is absolutely pure Our facil ities are better than ever before and telephone orders weddings reception birthday first communion and christening parties receive prompt attentio- nBOTH PHONES 5l8 Independent of All Undertakerst KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMBRa- shing and Dressing Ladles arid Children a Specialty t Ice 2408 Payne St Both Phbaea Ire year begs prtllcmST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 ta W Hroadvay LonUvlItt Kyr tLeSaver4sBtothcnCiaasksidestlfcand partmeBt9 Iatre5wimalllz Pool Well rom Tmna MOdertte Bra Jsaao rr r a 1- tI w i a i9 I xRIi3Ii IE wPcZT nII g Wv flraiuWmithSnri J t I r r t AI SMITHFF i i 0 r s Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions en Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 i rt I fJ t i J E TRACY 1 t H STRAUB Jd m a r LOTH PHON8eee- a TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREEETShort HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Jr Ja BAQRETTSSQNaoJ FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S fast iteixx Streets t D J DOUGHERTY Sr Jr McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY MeELLIOTTy i T r Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day cr Night 1231 WEST MARKET I STREET J i DRINK i Hbfbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY g3iNNACKEQMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOITIt9VILLID KY t THOMAS KEENAN v Funeral Director and Enbalmir TELEPHONE 365 AU calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST ex DH WISH I 1 a MI Use Diamond Wall plaster Ita the kind that goes on to stay There are other brands more expensive and others less expensive but none BETTER Hl be acme of right price combined with right quality Kentucky Wall Plaster Co I INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Kyy Also operating the Hooaier Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonvllle Ind Phone 655 Old and Rare VfaUkles a Specialty 4BLUEGRASS FICHINGEL- OUIS f WABNITZ r COt Propriitirs 4 339 FIFTH STREET HHEWy A 1t JI WltSSo f DYER MO iGLEAJEB J of locos Mi GUIs WMrtKl f prtlW- 9RK r l UARANTEEI 4r pti 1I tJL s to o- II PETER M ANDRIOT B 80188 WRGONN MANUFACTURERS Callage Ripiirdeiml RJbhrlku1 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sitters of Mercy of Jeffenorivllle hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JeffergoavlIIe Ilid HERRMANN BROS lIQOJl1 FINE WINES AND UQU038 Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tncky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOB BOTTLBD IN BOND Telephone IMS 234 Sixth Street BETTER THAN BEAUTY Endeavor to make girls learn that the honor and praise given to good conduct and real ability are much more desirable than that drawn out by ones hair or ones clothes wrotet Feneioh Beauty yovtsaay sajyjB much more dangerous tethoeet looI possess it than to thosewhom IBiu cinates it disturbe it laminates tkaI soul one la often more foolishly fond of ones self than the most passionate l ver is of the vfOHiajr bkdf adores There are but aifewyeara + difefrence between Thei woman who ist handsome and one who is son J3ner Beauty a ar Mcoroe a dlsadi vantage if set joined to wisdom mod eaty and virtue In a girl that will attract men of roperior BalBa b theH mseaha may marry soatelyo igfaol- dae1t31spwly iak ke4nakagggTv I U t Ii IYmry Jj Yt OtttuRJt1RIDERY 14 I tflJ1 1 i 1 t tt 1 1ir =A fr 1 r Kentucky Irish American VIV- Ir 1 XS OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET iYO Xi i iioo olOodi iiXti r ii iiiiii i ii iiiiii1 y MISSION Will Open Tomorrow For Two Weeks at Dominican Church4 r TomorrowmornIng at St Louis Del tranda church at the ihigh mass the Rev Fathers Moron and Thuentc two of the most noted Dominican preachers in this country win open a mission that will continue for two weeks The first week will be for the women and the second for the men During the week there will be two mission masses daily at b and S oclock with short instructions and every evening there will be recitation of the rosary sermon and benediction at 730 oclock St Louis BQrtrands Is one of the largest congregations in Louisville and as a mission has not been held there for about five years a large attendance may be looked for The missionaries will be assisted by the Dominican fathers and it is safe to predict that before the end of the two weeks many who have become lukewarm will have aroused from theh lethargy and that many additions will we made to the present number otIregular attendants For all who at tend this mission and receive the sacrament of holy commxunlon worthily there is in store many spiritual bene fits WITHOUT WARNING John Moran Run Over Sunday Night and Instantly Killed I John Moran a well known and industrious plasterer residing at 1450 Ugh avenue with his sister Miss Mary Moran met with a sudden and shocking death Easter Sunday even ing From those who saw the awful accident it was learned that Moran und a friend named George Frank were crossing the railroad tracks at Eighteenth and the canal when they were run down by a train of ten freight cars that was being backed long the track Frank barely escaped death by leaping from before the approaching cars Moran was tot so fortunate however being struck and dragged underneath the cars for a considerable distance and suffering instantaneous death Friends of the dead man claim there the crossing andwas no flagman at that the gates were not down other ivisc the awful catastrophe would not have happened It is also asserted that there was no switchman or brakeman on the end of the train o live warning AMUSEMENTS Billy B Van will hold open house at the Masonic all of next week be- ginnIng with the Monday performance He is one of the genuine fun makers of the stage and his appearance is sure to be welcome to playgoers An unsually strong vaudeville bills promised at the Hopkins all of next week beginning with the usual Sun day afternoon and evening perform ances Old friends and new ones are on the list of what promises to be an enjoyable entertainment For next weeks offering the Buck ingham will present the Colonial idles one of the brJhgtest and most pleasing aggregations seen here this season In the company are a number of the stars of the vaudeville tageMary Mannering will be the star at the Mary Anderson the first half of playGloriouss said to have met with much success Blanche Bates comes the last halt 08 the week in the muchheralded melodrama of Western life entitled The Girl of the Golden West One of the most important engagements of the season at Macaujeya Theater is that ot Viola Allen She comes next week and will present Cymbelino Monday evening and Tuesday matinee and Twelfth Night Tuesday evening The we11 known Sowing the Wind will be presented Friday and Saturday even ings and Saturday matinee fi1nsiTrUJt New Orleans Catholics are making preparations for a great religiousI eejebratlpn on VedpayAprn 24 when Archbishop Blenk will be in vested with the pallium Archbishop Moeller and the leading church dig nitaries of the country will partici pate In the ceremonie Ii- tt 3tl u 0 RICHES AND HONOR Riches and honor I heard one say Arb the only things for which I pray Thebes arid honors And what are the v But glittering baubles besidellfe wa V I fJIlvYV Wheres the sick man weighed down Idthwealth give ifallI for aday of IDut health And where isthe man exalted high But knows it is naught when he comes to die niches and honor Dear God above In Thy infinite wisdom and infinite love If these two things for which men race Should make me low and mean and base And from my heart all mercy take Withhold them God for Christs detr sake Edwin Carlile Litsey KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The Rev Father Thomas D ooney of the Evangelists Home at Richmond will shortly conduct a spIrited retreat for the Knights of Columbus of Dayton O Ten thousand dollars has been paid nto the fund for the erection of sew quarters at ONeill Neb The Council which was organized in 1903 will push the work to a speedy finish Following stirring appeals made by ilichael J Ryan and other prominent J members of the Knights of Columbus more than 100000 was subscribed by members of the Philadelphia connIclls of the order for the purpose of mllding a large Knights of Columbus Tall In that city The meeting was geld in the Grand Opera House and vas called for the purpose of devising vats and means 01 obtaining tIleI same Plans for the Building were shown upon a stcropticoh screen and P Gormley father of the movement explained the proposition to form a ealty company with 12000 shares of stock of a par value of 25 per share A resolution in favor of this plan was unanimously adopted and the subscription was at once pledged many subscribing for stock in 1000 500 and 250 lots The amount subscribed is more than onethird of the full capital 300000 and as the pro ject will take threAyears it is expected the balance will easily be real zed Prominent young men in Bridge rort Conn are planning to honor and perpetuate toe memory of the late Jlev John F Rogers for more than thirty years rector of St Marys jhurch on Pembroke street by nam ing after him a new council of the JVrlghts of Columbus The new council which will be the fifth of the city will be organized within a mouth It vat be composed largely of young Catholics who are known in the busl necs and professional life of the city and most of whom have been assisted by Father Rogers in their younger lays in an educational way He dl iccted the lives of a great innry young mcn on the East Side who revere his niKnory an 1 who from close atsodatlon have for yevs rc carded him with great esteem interestedFather Rogers was always of Columbus and thein the Knights young men who were in the habIt of Islting frequently and who have profited by his advice and Instructions recently concluded that it would be a capital idea to band themselves together into a council of the order and take his name DISTINGUISHED LABOR VISITORS General President Robert Glockllng of Toronto and General Secretary James W Dougherty of New York City representing the International Brotherhood of Bookbinders are In the city today the guests ot the Louisville brotherhood This evening they will be tendered a formal recep Ion at the Odd Fellows Temple when they will meet the members of their organization and many who are prom inent in local labor circles TIlE DATES SET Mackin Councils committee has se cured two nights Monday and Tues day May 21 and 22 at the Mary Anderson Theater for the presentation of Its comic opera There had been fioBae uae rtaiaty shout this hates but that question being settled work will frpm now on be jHwhed vIgor- ously by tM members whQ will take tart V tI 0 0- n COMMITTEES Will Be Organized at Fed eration Meeting Thurs day Night- The tJi iregular monthly meeting of the Jefferson Federation ofJCathollc So cletiea will be held on Thursday night April 11 at 8 oclock sharp at the Catholic Womans Club Walrtu street between Third and Fourth and it is earnestly hoped by the officers that all delegates will bi pros ant as Mackin CouuoTs represcnta tlves are to provide an entertainment for the evening and an interesting iJ dress will be delivered As the members of Trinity are to entertain the Federation in May there will be every effort made undoubtedly by the delegates from these respective councils to outdo each other in point if interest and instruction generally tad they will endeavor to present an entertainment that will lend interest to the meeting Full committees vlll be organizes and announced Thursday night and nnftc begun in earnest There are wiveral matters pertaining Xto the bfederations interest that are pending md will be attended to as soon as i full delegation can oe gotten to ether and committees fully organ zed CARDINAL RAMPOLLA lamed President o the Acad emy of Catholic Religion A Rome ispatch suys much interest is taken there in the fact that Car- dInal IJnmpolla the Secretary of State nder the late Pope who since the death of Leo XIII had lived a very etired life seldom apeparing in public has now been appointed by the present Pope to a prominent charge left vacant by the death of the late ordinal Trlpepi- He has been named President of the Academy of Catholic Religion anti in his new capacity will have to give ai series of public conferences on his iorlcal judicial and controversial subjects He presided at the first public meeting of the Academy held a few lays ago ot the Palace of the Cancel aria and made a speech His appearance excited much comment because it is generaly taken as an indication that the Cardinal is gain coming into favor at the Vati can and that sooner or later will be nabled to dictate to the Pope the wllcy to be followed In regard ti Trance HINTS ON STYLE Dotted parasols with plain borders nre pretty with morning frocks Extremely attractive tan color hats arc found particularly smart for prang Silk voiles arc not so serviceable as the chiffon voiles but they are in- great demand The little girl in her summer frocks will be like her winter prototype 6 the girl in a kilt skirt and a jumper waist Every fashionable color and shade ms been pressed into service by the parasol makers and both the plan ana the fancy silks are utilized to good advantage Colored chiffon is being introduced under the Irish lace and crochet that ifI worn in coats and blouses whero the scheme is permissable with the rest of the dress It is lovely in ontrast to the thick white motifs as It gleams through the open places Every little girl even up to the age where she is a pretty toljjl girl will iced a coat of washableI material this year if her wardrobe is to be at its best usefulness and up to date Mo lair and light unshrinkable flannel each with warmth and still washable ire the most popular materials They ire made on simply linen usually in box coats and a tubbing dues not hurt them MOURN SISTERS DEATH Sister Harriet Price who for he past twenty years tad been a beloved eacher in the parochial schools in the arger cities of the Covington diocese lied Wednesday oJSt Josephs Hov pUat in Lexington where she had een ill for about a year Before coming to St Josephs SIster Harriet- taught for several years in Fathcr ajors parochial school at Frankfort where she wari well knpwn She had taught many young ladles who areI eminent socially and throughout he State her death will be mourned 4- a OJ FRANK FEHR BREWING b Na Do r SNCORPOHA rED 1 Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE Ir36e9 J Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone rials 1913 Horses Phoae 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers1 Sold at all leading bars and cafe Renowned forpurity strength and excellentflavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky OHNFOERTELGOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KYI f ASK FtOe11I1 F DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist Ml FOURTH AVENUE oppJoo C Lewis Co t Comb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTDREE8 OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream Tide enables ui to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tore 627633 EIGHTH ST 1 U H r FATAL GlUE James Curnrhings s Beventyone years old and a native of Ireland died Wednesday at the home of his daughter Mrs John Muffin 810 Wet Market street New Albany from a complication of troubles which followed an attack of grip lie Is sur vived by one daughter andfour sons The funeral took place from Italy Trinity church of which deceased had long been a member LONGEST STREETS 1 The longest street in the United States and Intheworldaewell la Western avenue Chicago which is areittlvwntyrlwllis1al8tdmret also ft Ct ca of wbRlH two fiirdii ofa mne 3uorel t ly jipok n of st1longest street lu u the worldvdu CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jifltnon SI Both Tetephoaee 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprie- torTELEPHONE 28- 63SOWDERS FISH CO FOR- ePURE OYSTERS NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST HENRY MOLDDEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCUSS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies Specialty RosaI p em 540 W WALNUT Ws UQU SClSARS J VALS SALOONa2 VAL CESfER Prep BMp klyfD g from toM twilt80ocloc- k4tJ 7tiT GRJiCB N T oj I n r cINTU KY xi+ ESiz MERioAN as i i vii a i TNIk BIGI STORE CONFIRMATION OUTFITS are just what the Boys want They are stylish well made and manly We have them in Black Clay Worsteds and Blue and Black Thibets ranging in price from 2 3 35045650 750 FUBMISkHINDS TO COMPLETE THE OUTFIT i THE BIG STOREFoar4 Market Md Fifth St MILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO W THE AUTOPIANOAi A Piano and Plans Player lIn One Cass For r 500GGTHE GrEAtEST VALUE EVER PUT ON THE MARKET EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY CAN PLAY THE AUTOPIANO WITHOUT PRACTICING v HAVE YOU A PIANO STANDING SILENT If so we will take it as part payment on an Autopiano and t allow you all it is worth the balance you can arrange r to pay in monthly installments if you so desire MONTENEORORIEtlMMUSIC CO Incorporated oasoao FOURTH AVENUE uUUd MullOYs Teas and Coffees Are the standard of purity never varying In quality always delicioutlyfrrih Green Teas65c and SOc Ib Mixed Teas 45c65c arid 75c Ibi A SPECIAL GRADE COFFEE AT 3 Pounds for 50c THAT NEVER FAILS TO PL- EAREMUDLOX COFFEE ROASTER StITUB Gftas fl Rooers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE t Give vi a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their bind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 moo Jefierson 9tret- J LAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter y PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you OHAS WIGrGKENTON Sell Agent for Loulivlllt Also Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY I QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleanedand arc made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Hiving made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Shorthand and TypewritingMbtbbsdtdiabie Syskr as taught at this institution is a valuable Iacquisition to any person A stepping stone g to success Secures the best employment Spencerian graduates are always ia demands y COMMERCIAL SCHOOL alnutiei35wraeserenarresMsE RefitII tstateor SELL that house of yours All I ask is a tr- ialIEF i BROWNNOME PHONE 3W4 345 FIFTH STREET ASK FORi p PLLSa1 CITY BEER 0N SALE Li ERY1N fE REXt PUIEstk ixCUMLN Ni WEST S- tl r p I Satisfac Lion fir YourMoney Back Womens and Misses Stylish Spring Suits- We are readywith all that is fcew and decidedly stylish in WOMENS and MISSES SPRING SUITS and WRAPS The variety of styles choice of materials and range of POPULAR PRICES are on a broader scale than any we have presentedso broad in fact that adequate description can not be given in this ad vertisementwe therefore invite you in person assuring you of our best attention whether you have come to buy or just to look MISSES FANCY PANAMA AND ETON PRINCE CHAP SUITS In Gray and Tan Plaids Checks and Stripes modeled in new designs handsomely trimmed with taffeta and braids The skirts are extra full plaited We have these fashionable Suits in sizes for misses of 14 16 18 and 20 years Our popular prices range asfqllovysva G t j 1 V j Vl V4 I IfiJ 1 l 15Q9752O l4i75 uptHferS WOMENS FINELY TAILORED 1907 SPRING SUJI3 Entirely new effects in Eton Blouse Pony and Fitted Coat styles the materials are Panama Voile Batiste and Broadcloth in black and the new shades of blue i brown gray and tan These suits come in all sizes for women froni33 to 44 bust measure Our range of popular prices 875 99 1250 1475 t975 up to 35 We are showing an extensive variety of Dress Skirts in new uptodate styles and desirable materials at popular prices o I00 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Athlone Nationalists have put for ward Henry J Walker as their Parliamentary candidate Several evicted farms on the Shir ley estate at Carrickmacross have been surveyed preliminary to the re instatement of the tenants manyof whom were evicted from their homes and holdings upwards of twenty years ago- Despite every effort for her rescue Mary Anne Holt thelittle daughter of a laborer esldlng near CJurickma cross was drowned in the v MyI muckny river which flows near ker home and was flooded above its batiks The child ventured too close and was swept away before aid could leach her The eviction of tenants on the Lord llarrymore estate was carried out in the Mlddleton district when Bailiff Harding of Cork accompanied by District Inspector Webster and a strong force of police froni Muddle ton and Carrlgtwohlll proceeded to the lands of Gurtnacrue and evicted Maurice Hayes James Hayes and Mary Hayes brothers and sisters from their holding A small former and fisherman named Jeremiah Crineen living on the seaboard to the west of Bantry committed suicide by hanging him self from a beam or rafter in the kitchen of his house He retired with his son to bed at the usual time but when the latter got up the next morn ing he saw his father sitting on a chair in the kitchen with a rope round his neck and tied to overhead tim bersA shocking fatality occurred close to the village of Balllckmoyle Queens county seal Jeffers a well known local farmer was conveying a thresh ing machine home and feeling fa tigued on the journey he attempted to take a seat on the machine when his foot slipped lie fell beneath one of the wheels of the vehicle and sus tained injuries so serious that death was almost Instantaneous He leaves a wife and young family to mourn his loss John Gillllond for fifty years in the employ of the Great Northern railway and one of its best known guards died suddenly while in charge of the train from Dunalk to Clones Deceased was a native of County Mon nghan having been born at Dartres and he may be said to have given his whole life in the service of the Great Northern Company The news of his sudden death was received in Clones and other places where he was known with feelings of regret Newry was the center of a great demonstration on the occasion of the opening of the John Mitchell Memorial Hall which has been erected by the Irish National Foresters in the frontier town The attendance was the largest and most representative at any public demonstration for many years past Contingents were present from all the adjoining districts with bands and banners and the scene as the procession passed through the principal streets of the town was very impressive and pictur esque the Emmet costume being worn by many of those taking part His Holiness the Pope has con firmed the nomination by the Propa ganda of Very Rev Andrew Boylan Provincial of the Redemptorist order Limerick to the vacant See of KH more Father Boylan is a native of the diocese and was a professor in St Patricks College at Cavan lor- a number of years He was after ward Bursar of Maynooth College Father Boylan has Just returned from visiting the houses ot his order in Australia New Zealand and also in the Philippines where a new Re demptorist monastery has been founded for tho Catholics in those islandsTwo men named Thomas OConnell and James Cooney received serious injuries at Kllfinane It is stated that they were engaged In an attempt to blast some rocks and had applied the usua means They retired to1 position of safety and finding that the charge was not takfoff effect within the expected time they re turned to see what was amiss ana while pursuing their investigations H explodedas a result of which MM tyro su Md severe injuries OCjHJr neil b dllllleg breken and reeiTa injuries to his eyes U andCbeneyaa v 1 j I r p SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- 1DIVISION 1 ifeets on the Second and Fourta Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer CharlesJ FInegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Treasurer Owen Keiran RecordingSecretaryJ seph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kean eyIDIVISON 3 leets on the FIrst and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 BaIrd street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergenntatarmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl lloU RecordIng Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Ycretary It E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Cnnelly SergenntatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVTLLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouIs Constan IncPresldentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret tryTo OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner BearerJ G Cole Y I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenl gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J nand First Vice PresidentJohn T Ken neySecond Vice President Frank Lan ahanRecording SecretaryBen Reed Financial Secretary Frank Go Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside1 Andrlot Outside Sentinel G urge Bartsch eyes have been also injured The men were conveyed to Kilmallock Union Hospital for treatment OWNER WANTED Mrs Rose Kelly has in her possession a silk unbrella left by mistake at the reception of the Ladles Auxiliary last Wednesday night which the owner can secure by calling on her at the office of the National Foundry Company 1403 West Man street NEWPORT A general meeting of the Young Mens Institute and the Young La dles Auxiliary at which a fine mu steal programme was rendered was held Tonday night at the rooms of Phil Sheridan Council HQn Joseph Kealrof Cincinnati representative of the Ohio Legislature was present and delivered a strirring and patri otic address Thea followed a social eeelon that was thoroughly enjoyed by the many preMat VATICAN WALL COLLAPSED thatftlftyf life Vatican collapsed Weiaee4ay urtjti2yJlDllapleed1milk1 vorite plo enad of Pope eo XUI I J U nigh Grade Goods at PopularPrices heretofore HIBERNIANS Whet They Have Been Doing the Put WeekOencral- News Notes CountyBoardmeeting of the entire order The two ladles auxiliaries are growing steadily They should have a membership of at least 1000 The Ancient Order in New hump shire contains more members of anyStateThe several divisions of Norfolk county Mass have an aggregate sum of 53000 in their respective treas uries The ladles have organized another auxiliary the latest being in Home N Y which starts off with a good charter Jist- Division 7 of Syracuse Initiated thir t1lhlsthe State of New York Division 1 of Lowell Mass has a membership of 344 Division 2 of the same city has 325 members in good standing and 5000 in its treasury Following the recent parade of the Manchester Hibernians between 1 200 and 1500 visitors were fed at the banquet in the Plckerell building The order in Manchester increased over 150 in memdership during the past month Manchesters member ship roll has now reached the thou sand mark- TCationnl Lecturer Edward J Slat tery hind fifteen invitations to ad dress divisions on St Patricks day One was from Plttsburg and another from Peoria Ill The Hibernians of Duluth received holy communion in a body in the Cathedral there There was a large attendance and the members made an edifying showing St Patricks division of Baltimore now opens and closes its mentlnps with the prayers in Irish and a short selection from Irish history is read at every meeting Division 3 held another rousing meeting Thursday night This divi sion has gone out to be pacemaker for the others and It must be con ceded that It will require some fast work to overtake them The members of Division 1 will re ceive some very welcome news next Tuesday night John Mulloy and the Literary Committee will now make special preparation for doings which all will enjoy All members of Division 1 should attend the opening meeting of the new hall at First and Market streets next Friday night The meeting rooms are easy of access and will prove a delightful surprise Minnesota Hibernians are making ft exceedingly hot for the St Paul Pio neer Press which offered an Insult to the Irish people by publishing a caricature representing the Irish mans relation to the United States WednesdaynightWalnut when it is expected another big batch of applications will be presented An interesting meeting is promised and visiting members ot other divisions will receive a cordial welcomeThe of New Haven Conn will work the fourth degree on a large number of candidates April 14 The several divisions of that city have appointed committees to make arrangements for the enter tainment of delegates at the State convention to be held there in August The quarterly report of State Sec retary Mahoney of the Minnesota A O H life insurance fund for November December and January shows a larger number of deaths in the or ganization than for any preceding quarter Eighteen death claims of 1000 each were paid and six others were in process of adjustment For the first time In years the expendi tures for three months exceeded the income CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Cath olic Ktchb of America will hold Its regular monthly meeting next Friday night at St Marys Helll on Eighth street and all delegatea are urged to attend President MeGiaa says that the annual parade ana other Imxr- taut questions some of whleli cftRcarB the branches will be epSMdeVed 0 CONFIRMATION r i OUTFITSi17I FOR THE BOYS Suits at 350 to 15 and furnishings hats and shoes to complete the outfit The most for your money in strictly highclass goods v G THIRD AND LiY7 MARKET fIIt AIIII OJ AAoA AAAA A AA A SET OF 300 VVYrorv rrtro By reason of bilng oul ofthe high rent district y wi are abli to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR Olt each M pair of ihots you buy V 400 Values for 300 i 350 Values for S250J Haager Shoe Store I 307 WEST JEFFERSON I oo o + o o Boston Dental Parlors 206 V 8T ARKET ST TEETH ITEETHGold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings 50c up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS A fc K 3 4x 3x 3 S HOTEL HOEMERHENRY G HOEMER Proprietor II 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate X hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance f piRST LASS CAPE IN CONNECTION K S 3KSK 3 F OLfJLOW THE C1TOWDAnd you g1vttigYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY BJfr GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEMt FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARrERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY r Albert T Schranz Co Jv REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES w ONEY TO LOANij fJO CUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room III Law Oldr r Center andGtir r 1L 1 NNONProsK Ytrthod1Ca1 INCORPORATED Mc Life oturera of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 503512 W Mwm St Works Magnolia AYe Bit 9ft and Nth TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1292 DR JT CHAWK p Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge l t i j I v SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING I HOrses Called For and Deliveredr js Both 2399 neBOfFICE jNFRMARY AND 1E IJI15 SEVENTHrST t t t t t t t t t t t 4t- PIIfLWZW + t t t t f t t iAt hJ II tL MPO I vr- AL KQL3 1 S4If5 West Greeny Strictr+Ii QO E f d 41 j OIlAlE- f4r rA 4471 1- tJ